Applied Product and Systems Design


Study that builds on and reinforces concepts learned in the previous design and engineering courses. Course work involves solving design problems by selecting materials, testing alternatives, collecting data, conducting design analysis, preparing engineering documents, and recommending manufacturing processes. Applications also include the use of advanced CAD and FEA to develop geometry. Concepts of product liability, computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM), materials handling, and documentation of product analysis are discussed. 3 Credits (2 Lecture - 3 Lab) Prerequisite(s): DSG421. Spring Only.